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1 Warwickshire County Council Early Years Offer Consultation

2 Warwickshire County Council Why do we need to consult? £70 million reduction across all services by £2.3m reduction from Childrens Centres was approved to proceed by Cabinet in December 2012 against budget of £7.5m. (30% reduction). This was finalised in February We must find new ways to deliver Early Years Services and this is likely to be a significant change. Childrens Centres statutory guidance (April 2013) states Local Authorities must consult before any significant changes and explain how we will continue to meet need. To allow adequate opportunity and time to respond an online and paper based questionnaire, and these face to face meetings were organised.

3 Warwickshire County Council Consultation All the responses received by the closing date Tuesday 27 th August 2013 will be collated and analysed to inform a final report. Select Committee The final report and recommendations will go to WCC Cabinet members in September Cabinet decides which proposal will be taken forward and these decisions will be implemented by April Individuals completing the consultation will not be identified in the report.

4 Warwickshire County Council Sharing Your views Complete questionnaire online By ing your views to By posting a questionnaire to Early Years Offer Consultation Warwickshire County Council Saltisford Office Park Ansell way Warwick CV34 4UL By attending a public consultation event

5 Warwickshire County Council The Proposed Model

6 Warwickshire County Council Group and collaboration model Group – one governance, single inspection, single inspection report Collaboration – different governance, single inspection, separate reports

7 Warwickshire County Council Three options for Childrens centres Option 1 – Early Years offer provided through groups and collaborations of childrens Centres. No Childrens Centres would close under this proposal. Option 2 – Early Years Offer provided through groups and collaborations of childrens centres. Six childrens Centres would close or cease to provide the offer under this proposal Option 3 – Early Years offer provided through 33 single centres. Six childrens centres would close or cease to provide the offer under this proposal. Option 1 is the current preferred option but this may change as a result of public consultation.

8 Warwickshire County Council How these proposals will affect Kenilworth? Option 1 – Group or Collaboration. We are proposing a collaboration model for the two Childrens Centres in Kenilworth Option 2 – none of the proposed closures in option 2 affect Kenilworth, so still collaboration as described in Option 1 Option 3 – none of the proposed closures affect Kenilworth so under this proposal both would operate as single centres

9 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Rugby? Option 1 – A group model commissioned to include Claremont, Boughton Leigh, Newbold, Oakfield, Hillmorton and Cawston, Dunchurch and Wolston Option 2 – Proposed closure of Dunchurch Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Remaining run as a group. Option 3 – Same proposed closure as above but remaining centres all run as separate Childrens Centres

10 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Warwick? Option 1 – a group or collaboration model is proposed to include Warwick Childrens Centre and Nursery School and Westgate & Newburgh Childrens Centre Option 2 - as no closures proposed for Warwick group or collaboration as in Option 1. Option 3 – as no proposed closure for Warwick both centres continue to run as single centres

11 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect South Warwickshire? Option 1 – a group model is proposed to include Badger Valley, Wellies (Wellesbourne), Lighthorne Heath. Southam Childrens Centre to be commissioned as a single centre but expected to work in collaboration with the 3 other centres. Option 2 – Proposed closure of Wellesbourne Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Remaining centres run as a group but expected to work as a collaboration with Southam. Option 3 - Same proposed closure as above but remaining centres all run as separate Childrens Centres

12 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect South West Warwickshire? Option 1 – a group model is proposed to include Alcester, Studley, Stratford & Clopton Childrens Centres Option 2 – Proposed closure of Clopton Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Remaining run as a group. Option 3 - Same proposed closure as above but remaining centres all run as separate Childrens Centres

13 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Leamington? Option 1 – a group model is proposed to include Lillington, Kingsway, Whitnash, Sydenham & Milverton Option 2 – Proposed closure of Milverton Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Remaining run as a group. Option 3 - Same proposed closure as above but remaining centres all run as separate Childrens Centres

14 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Bedworth? 2 areas - Bedworth 1 & 2 working together collaboratively Bedworth 1 Option 1 – a collaboration model is proposed to include St Michaels and Bulkington Childrens Centres. Option 2 – as no proposed closure for Bedworth 1, this is the same as Option 1. Option 3 – as no proposed closure for Bedworth 1 both run as separate Childrens Centres

15 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Bedworth? Bedworth 2 Option 1 – a group model is proposed to include Bedworth Heath & Rainbow Childrens Centres under the governance of Bedworth Heath Childrens Centre and Nursery School. Option 2 – as no proposed closure for Bedworth 2, this is the same as Option 1. Option 3 – as no proposed closure for Bedworth 2 both run as separate Childrens Centres

16 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Nuneaton? 2 areas - Nuneaton 1 & 2 Nuneaton 1 Option 1 – a group model is proposed to include Riversley Park, Abbey & Ladybrook Childrens Centre Option 2 – as no proposed closure for Nuneaton 1, this is the same as Option 1. Option 3 – as no proposed closure for Nuneaton 1 all run as separate Childrens Centres

17 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect Nuneaton? Nuneaton 2 Option 1 – a collaboration model is proposed to include Camp Hill, Stockingford and Park Lane. Option 2 –. Proposed closure of Park Lane Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Park Lane to focus on delivery of childcare only under this option. Remaining run as a collaboration. Option 3 – Proposed closure of Park Lane Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Park Lane to focus on delivery of childcare only under this option. Remaining run as separate Childrens Centres

18 Warwickshire County Council How these changes will affect North Warwickshire? Option 1 – A group model commissioned consisting of Mancetter, Kingsbury, Polesworth and Coleshill that we will expect to work collaboratively with Atherstone NS and CC as a single centre. Option 2 –. Proposed closure of Coleshill Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Coleshill to focus on delivery of childcare only under this option. Remaining run as above. Option 3 – Proposed closure of Coleshill Childrens Centre as one of 6 closures. Coleshill to focus on delivery of childcare only under this option. Remaining run as separate Childrens Centres

19 Warwickshire County Council Why this Model?

20 Warwickshire County Council Why we are proposing this model It will have single or aligned management A consistent and coordinated offer of services across a wider area The opportunity to flexibly use resources, particularly specialist staff across the group or collaboration Provide opportunities for centres to specialise. Greater efficiency Reduced Ofsted burden and related paperwork. Opportunities for greater targeting

21 Warwickshire County Council What does it mean for your centre? The proposed offer is to continue to provide the following across Warwickshire Childrens Centres with a more targeted approach across a group or collaboration. Groups for children (eg. stay and play, chatter matters) Groups for parents (eg. adult learning, job clubs, family learning) Family Support (eg support with finance, housing, emotional issues) Parenting support (eg. Triple P groups) Child and family health advice and services (eg. breastfeeding support, health visitor clinic sessions, Family nosh, Toddler nosh, stopping smoking) Support groups for families (eg with children with an additional need or disability) Information, advice and signposting on family issues Nursery education

22 Warwickshire County Council Formula Funding Delivery Outcomes 0-5 population Weighted funding -Family Income -Levels of employment -Health Deprivation and disability prevalence -Levels of Education Skills and Training -Barriers to Housing and Services – Rural factor -Crime Currently £7.5m Services to be provided will include: -Early Learning -Family Support -Child and Family Health services -Parenting Support -Support for Speech and Language -Adult and Community Learning -Specific groups that meet local need e.g. children with disabilities School ready -Completion of 2 year olds Health Check -Take up of 2 year offer to those eligible -Increase breastfeeding -Reduction of childhood obesity -Improving education, skills and training -Support people back into work -Reduction in families claiming benefit -Smoking cessation £2.3m Reducing by £2.3m

23 Warwickshire County Council School Readiness Groupings EYFS School Readiness ScoreIndicies of Multiple Deprivation Score GroupCountyNationalGroupCountyNational North Warwickshire66.15% 67%64% Bedworth %22.86 Bedworth %20.09 Nuneaton %20.08 Nuneaton %27.46 Rugby67.78%14.36 Southam73.98%8.40 South Warwickshire74.90%10.53 South West Warwickshire71.40%11.16 Kenilworth78.76%6.77 Leamington64.07%13.65 Warwick77.75%11.96 Worse than the county average Worse than the national average EYFS School Readiness (2012) % of pupils achieving 6+ in the seven scales of PSE and CLL and 78 points plus across all scales (state funded pupils in Warwickshire Schools) IMD deprivation score (2010) The average overall deprivation score of all Lower Super Output Areas for each Children Centre Grouping as calculated in the Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) report, DCLG, The higher the score, the more deprived an area.

24 Warwickshire County Council Questions

25 Warwickshire County Council Sharing Your views Complete questionnaire online By ing your views to By posting a questionnaire to Early Years Offer Consultation Warwickshire County Council Saltisford Office Park Ansell way Warwick CV34 4UL By attending a public consultation event

26 Warwickshire County Council


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